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involved. mark: decision day in ohio, why this could be the biggest super tuesday here at. >> you never know what will happen on election day. lisa: what is being done to prevent problems at the polls. >> from cincinnati' s wlwt, leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 "today." lisa: we are one half-hour away from the polls opening for the ohio primary. we will have team coverage on this huge day. it is 6:00 a.m. on tuesday. i' m lisa cooney. mark: i' m mark hayes. let' s begin with a check on the forecast. the weather should cooperate nicely. lisa: wear your shorts to the polls. randi: now it is a little chilly, but lunchtime, we will be in the middle 60'
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s. it will be a gorgeous day. looking at the radar, we had off. the next system that will bring showers is moving through minnesota and iowa at the moment . they will not get to cincinnati until mid-night. no worries whatsoever. radar, we have a couple of clouds. i' visibility' s. if we were going to see fog developing, temperatures in dew points are in the middle 50' s, we could see patchy fog. right now, no big worries. 57 in loveland, butler county, hamilton. it is a nice and mild start. sunshine by lunchtime, we are sitting at 67.
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enjoy it and get time outside, because there is a cool down as spring arrives this weekend. kyla: we are dealing with issues. good morning. 75 southbound at mitchell, north of mitchell, you can see the emergency vehicles. we have multiple vehicles involved. at least five vehicles near mitchell. you can see the flashing lights indicating blockage. at least 2 lanes are closed. you do have access to the center lane and the northbound lanes are not impacted. we are seeing delays on 75. at vine, it starts single then moves to 2 lanes closed. slow on vine and backing up. 15 minutes from the norwood lateral. you are clear on i-71, and that
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the 275 loop looks good. near route 4, traffic is moving well. we do have an incident in norwood. we will keep you updated. a void the 5300 block of low. we will look at that in a few minutes. lisa: breaking news. a shootout in chicago in' s with three police officers injured and a suspect dead -- chicago and -- chicago ends with three police officers injured and day suspect dead. one suspect was killed, a second ran from the scene and was caught overnight. she is now being questioned. mark: decision days here for ohio voters. lisa: we have team coverage as voters head to the polls. that' s begin with andrew setters
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andrew: this is not super tuesday, but you can call it march madness tuesday, it is win or go home for governor kasich. he said he will drop out of he does not win ohio. ohio is very tight with the polls bouncing back-and-forth between donald trump and john kasich. we have seen both candidates active in ohio. that is an indication that donald trump feels like he has florida locks and is focusing on ohio where there is more at stake. among the democrats, hillary clinton is leading, but it is difficult to say how big the lead is and if bernie sanders can overcome. polls show either a double-digit
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for the democrats, a close race means a close split for the delegates awarded for ohio. >> a few weeks ago, people were saying bernie sanders winning ohio question arc no way. guess what, we have a good vote tomorrow. we will win here in ohio. m worried about our country and what will happen if we do not come together and elect a president that can represent all of america. andrew: we will know how it shakes out tonight, not only in ohio, but mainly changes in the republican presidential campaign . the polls are open at the hamilton county board of elections and across ohio at 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. plenty of time. andrew setters, wlwt news 5. lisa: the democrats are fighting
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will be split proportionally. on the republican side, it is winner take all, 66 delegates. there is no prize for second place, so john kasich knows that he has to come out on top. he said he is confident ohioans will have his back. >> if i' m the nominee, i will win the general election. we have to take care of their primary states and mount enough delegates to go into the convention strong -- and emerge as the adult. mark: he has to compete with the momentum behind donald trump. the polls show a tight race in ohio. the front runner was in the buckeye state on monday, telling voters that he is the right choice. >> your governor is absentee. i know, i was there, but i go back and work. i have the job.
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mark: trump is expected to run away with another prize. he has a commanding lead in florida, the home state of marco rubio. lisa: wlwt is leading the way with what you can expect at the polls. dan griffin is live with a ballot confusion you should be mindful of. good morning. dan: the polls are set to open in 30 minutes at the sharonville community center. about 3000 people are registered at this location alone. a few things you should know. the republican ballot as 2 spots for your choice of presidential candidate. the first one is the one that matters. last year the ohio republican party changed the way that delegates are awarded to undertake all. the ballots have not changed.
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be totaled, but does not count. they' ve increased full workers beyond requirements are some of the busier places and have taken care of the e-poll issues that caused problems last time. >> there was a router problem. the rattlers have been replaced and tested. dan: keep in mind as you go to the polls you will need some sort of id, a current driver' s license, utility bill, or bank statement. if you do not have one, you can cast a provisional ballot. the polls are opening in 30 minutes, closer to 20 minutes. we will be here as the voters voices heard. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. will have extended
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then join sure he and mike dardis at 10:00 and 11:00. two episodes of " crowded" are moving to 3:00 a.m. from 10:00 p.m. mark: and assault suspect could be facing serious charges. a 16-year-old grow beaten outside of the nightclub has died. 34-year-old william arnold was arrested and charged. the girl had it in a coma before dying on monday. arnold' s charges could be upgraded. lisa: help searching for 23-year-old darron richards who has severe medical conditions. he was last seen leaving his apartment on track to avenue on march 5. he often goes to the downtown library. if you see him, call the police.
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lisa: the officials on the hot seat for the water crisis. mark: a birthday treat from a little girl you might recognize. lisa: live from city cam on your tuesday, it is 6:09 and 56-degrees. randi: a great way to start the day. you can see temperatures across the 275 loop, most places are in the upper 50' s. nifty seven in loveland and west chester. there is the potential that we will see fog developing, but for now no problems. sunny, mild, 67. this afternoon, lower 70' s. storms will bring big changes.
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>> you are watching cincinnati' s wlwt news 5. leading the way. kyla: an accident on 75 southbound. our biggest issue right now is north of mitchell. you can see the 2 fast lanes on her blog. you can -- our blocks -- are bl ocked. you can still use the middle lane. there are some delays backed up at vine. it is not stretching too far back, just north of where the accident is. you are up to 15-minutes from the norwood lateral into downtown. you can see the stretch of r ed where the accident is. i-74 and south, a little bit of a delay.
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5300 block "avenue. -- of globe avenue. . minutes. s headlines. michigan governor rick snyder will be one of several high-ranking officials answering questions about the government oversight and reform committee will have testimony today and on thursday about the key decision-makers involved in the crisis. lisa: the latest move in the case against apple to unlock the iphone of one of the san bernardino terrorists. they say the phone could provide information about the shooter and the plots. apple claims it would breach their promised protection of the privacy of all of its users. mark: of the road at the arena, the madness begins.
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tip-off in dayton. 2 seeds. they will face north carolina. after that game is over, it is the battle of the 11 seeds with vanderbilt and wichita state, the winner faces arizona. tomorrow night. mark: sometimes the crowd can get to you come especially when you are in toronto and drake is in the house. he was barking at justin holiday. holiday was hit for a five second violation in the all went to the raptors. rake is a toronto native end is a regular at raptors' game' s. he did his part, but the bulls won. oh my goodness. you get confused when drake is
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you probably through eric sent him. the next thing you know, it is a turnover. another basketball fan that can saying. riley curry. lisa: she is the daughter of steph curry. she was ready for her dad' s birthday. >> happy birthday to you. happy birthday dear daddy. happy birthday to you. >> thank you, so much. lisa: riley first captured hearts last year when she joined her dad at a post game press conference and famously told her father to "stop talking" when he was talking with reporters. mark: never met a mic she didn' t love. kyla: they looks like there will be a nice day to get outside. temperatures in the 70'
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will be perfect going to the polls. no issues whatsoever weather-wise if you make your way out. 12 minutes from now or at lunchtime, or this evening, the weather will be no worries. i -- a line of storms will roll through overnight. they will get weaker, but we will watch them during the midnight hours. it will be cooler when we hit spurring. right now for minneapolis through northern missouri are the storms. through the day, the focus of severe weather will be chicago to fort wayne. they should be getting weaker thanks to the timing. we will watch wind and hail in the middle of the night. right now, it is drive with clouds in place.
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55 at cvg. 54 and oxford. 56 in alexandria . most places, temperatures are five to six degrees above our average high. 5:00, most of us will be in the lower 70' s. with you are looking for high temperatures, 75 this afternoon. above normal. the weather looks great. packed polls and parks, that is my prediction. it will be nice and mild, 71. let' s talk about the timeline. we will get our severe weather threat today, marginal. sunshine through the day with sunny skies. sunset, our skies are still clear with clouds rolling in
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this model brings more in early, but after 10:00 and 11:00, we will be tracking storms moving in our direction. they should be weakening, but we could get a downpour in the middle of the night. temperatures will be in the middle 60' s tomorrow. 74 today. gorgeous during the day with storms overnight. tomorrow, 60 three. thursday, basketball action and st. patrick' s day, 69 degrees and a sprinkle. this weekend we welcome spring and cooler temperatures with highs in the upper 40' s. mark: a $300 million problem.
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if you cut social security." as president, i will do everything i can to extend the solvency and expand benefits for people i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. mark: good morning. welcome back. 56 degrees as we look at the road' s to see how things are moving. what do you have? kyla: we have slowed traffic on 75 that we will get to. most other parts of greater cincinnati are moving well. the red is glaring on 75 near mitchell, because we are dealing with an accident .
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township will take place at 7:30 . on eight-mile between harper deal with construction. that is a big their affair -- a big thoroughfare for many in anderson township. slow traffic on 75 southbound. this is the backup at vine. the accident is out of here on the southbound side. it is stretching further. this was my marker earlier, saying it has not reached towne yet. maybe 20 minutes on 75 southbound from the lateral into downtown. give yourself extra time or hop on over to our-71. lisa: hamilton county has preliminary plans to update the western hills viaduct. there are no plans to fund it. a $310 million repair and
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they hope to start next year. it would take you bevin years to complete -- it would take 11 years to complete. a rural vill age in butler county. mark: somerville will vote on whether to dissolve the village. they are running on a 50 -- on a $50,000 per year budget. the village would be absorbed by milford township. lisa: cincinnati drivers are getting a break. prices are only. the local average for a gallon of regular is $2 .85. mark: let' s check in with randi. a nice morning. randi: getting ready. middle 50' s. middle 60' s at lunchtime.
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it looks good if you are in kentucky. in indiana, the weather is great as well. at noon, sunshine, 67. as the polls close, it is still great. we are looking at 70 degrees. highs across the region will be 70 to 75. from midnight to after, a thin line of storms rolling through with stronger thunderstorms. they should get weaker through the middle of the night. temperatures dropped 10 degrees by tomorrow with cool air by the middle of the week. cloudy skies. there could be a couple of scattered showers. mark: breaking news. chicago police officers are injured in a shoot out. what led to the confrontation before a suspect was killed. andrew: make a break for john
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with who i want to vote for it. lisa: you need to know before you cast your vote. mark: officer shot in chicago, and what we know about their conditions this morning. >> from cincinnati' s wlwt, leading the way, this is wlwt news 5 "today." lisa: the polls are officially opened in ohio as the battle for the buckeye state gets underway. we are in sharonville where voters just injured. -- just entered. mark: first, let' s check on your election day forecast. i' m mark hayes. lisa: i' m lisa cooney. randi rico is here with the details of a nice day ahead. it is starting mild. randi: you said people would be going to the polls and shorts. there was a dude in that line. it will get warmer.
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this time in march. most places are in the middle 50' s. 55 at cvg. 56, springboro. 54, florence. we do have clouds in place with the potential for fog. most places have had no issues. cvg is reporting 2.5-miles of visibility. you could see some areas of fog developing. it will be really nice through the day. we will see a good bit of sunshine this afternoon with temperatures in the middle to lower 70' s. the storm system in iowa and minnesota will rumble through chicago during the daytime and arrive in cincinnati closer to midnight. issues with storms later tonight, but no worries today . 8:00 a.m., we could see a little fog.
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our high temperatures will hit 74-degrees. kyla: slow on i-75. southbound, an accident north of mitchell. this is vine, just north of the accident. if you are approaching, you will run into brake lights. use i-71 as your alternate. we are seeing delays work in. 15 minutes from the norwood lateral, southbound into downtown. we are seeing an extension of our travel time. use i-71 or reading road as an alternate until that clears. if you' re heading out, this is donaldson, you are clear into downtown on 71/75. mark: numeral five states up for grabs for democrats and
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part three. some are calling it mega tuesday. the jackpot states are florida and ohio. voters of illinois, missouri, and north carolina will also weigh in today. in ohio, the polls are open. lisa: we have team coverage as the first ballots are cast. we begin with dan griffin. dan: good morning. the polls are open. it is bright, early, and people are very energetic. i will get out of the shot so you can look at the line. it is considered one of the biggest primaries in ohio since 2008. workers are aiming for smooth sailing. there is an expected 45% turnout. there is no new technology this time around.
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s will be ready to go. they' ve increased workers in the busiest locations. 116 trouble shooters will be at various polling places to make sure there are no problems. >> they received additional training so they can respond quickly to problems. dan: you can make sure it is smooth sailing as you head out. make sure to bring a 90, a current driver' s license, utility bill, or bank statement. if you do not have that, you can vote with a provisional ballot. many more are expected to come to sharonville. 3000 people are registered at this one location. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. mark: here' s where the race stands. for the democrats, hillary
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bernie sanders has 600. that includes superdelegates. donald trump is leading with 462 ted cruz, 370. marco rubio, 163. john kasich, 63. polls of looked at who will take the prize for the primary. lisa: andrew setters continues our team coverage with how the candidates are measuring up on both sides of the aisle. andrew: we are here the hamilton county board of elections where the results will roll when. let' s look at how people are doing and ohio. hillary clinton is leading an ohio, but it is not clear how large the lead is. one poll has are leading by 14 and another by 5. bernie sanders has been making campaign stops in ohio.
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are four candidates in the race and 2 are fighting and ohio -- john kasich and donald trump. polls are showing either a slight lead for the ohio governor or a dead heat. if john kasich loses ohio, he will drop out. if he wins, he thinks he can go to the white house. >> i feel good about it. from the nominee i will win the general election. to get enough delegates to go into the convention strong. >> this is the place that will do it. ohio will make america great again. andrew: there is a lot on the line in ohio. it is a winner take all race on the republican side. 66 delegates. for the democrats, the 100 43 delegates will be split proportionally.
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or portion only. polls open at 6:30 until 7:30. andrew setters, wlwt news 5. mark: with hours to go, the democrats hope to score points with -- hoped to score points with voters last night. lisa: many of the questions focused on the democrats' prime target, donald trump. >> you have a major candidate for president of the united states, donald trump, who is literally in citing violence among supporters. when he says he is prepared to pay the legal fees for someone who soccer punches some one, but he is saying is go. >> he has been talking about punching people in the face.
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handling of people who are attending as well as journalists on the floor and in the stands of his events. lisa: today, hillary clinton is the favorite to take ohio. we will have extended coverage beginning when the polls close at seven: 30. join sheree paolello and mike dardis for special coverage. "crowded" that would have aired at 10:00 is now moving to 3:00 a.m. set your dvr. mark: a shootout in chicago has three police officers injured and a suspect dead. a narcotics tactical team observed a drug deal last night. when they confronted the suspects, the suspects opened fire. the officers are expected to survive. a second suspect fled the scene.
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lisa: 10 days ago , gabriel correll was on a ventilator at children' s hospital after he was beaten by his mother and her boyfriend. joseph correll is struggling to understand how this could have happened. >> there were too many inconsistencies. how do you feed a child that is not breathing? how do you feed a child just before he is on life support? that does not make sense. deviated septum, and bruises. were indicted on federal assault charges and child endangerment. mark: what do you have? kyla: slower traffic than we would typically see. it is moving better now because the accident at mitchell has cleared. we are seeing a big back up with
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most of them have been stopped or moving slowly. we are still seeing backups. brake lights are not easing yet. 20 minutes. you might expect delays on that area. nice forecast. let' s check in with meteorologist randi rico. randi: we have been tracking the development of potential fog. as we hit the top of the hour, cvg has dropped to 2.5-miles of visibility. i would not be surprised to see that you fog develop. it will not be widespread. temperatures in the middle 50' s. 57 at lunken airport and hamilton. clouds around, but it is mild on the way to school.
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school. it will be a great day to get outside with temperatures in the lower 70' s. we' ll talk about how long the warm air will last, coming up. lisa: these guys might need custom scraps. how children' s hospital is turning to dog'
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>> i am peter alexander traveling with john kasich. his approval rating among ohio republicans is 80%. can you translate that into a victory to slow donald trump' s trajectory to the nomination? we will see it coming up on "today." lisa: lines already forming for the ohio primaries. the polls opened a short time ago and will be open until 7:30 p.m. mark: in dayton montessori , voters will be heading out this morning. we have everything you need to know on wlwt.com and the mobile app. lisa: the vatican will announce the approval of sainthood for mother teresa. she won the nobel peace prize in 1979 for her work with the sick
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the miracle needed for her sainthood. he will announce the date and place for her canonization. children' s hospital getting help from mann' s best friend. kyla: children' s has 2 golden retrievers serving as support dogs. drummer and lecia help children feel less anxious and can increase mobility. one grandmother says one dog made all the difference in her granddaughter' s recovery. >> our first experience of seeing her back was when her and drummer. together. we all tried, but it was drummer who did it. kyla: unlike volunteer dogs, the facility dogs will be at children' s every day.
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they are doing great work. you hear more about their be dogs and how much they help. it is good to see them locally. mark: looking at what the kenwood collection development will look like featuring shopping and dining space. the tower will open later this summer. it is designed to look like the tower' s roof. it will have seating, a fire pit, and a fountain. they have not announced which restaurants will be there yet. lisa: the newport aquarium is marketing itself as an interactive emily destination with the new logo "discover the wonder together." they want to guests to touch and experience see life together. they have they brood of shark
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kyla: moving along better now that the accident is out of the way. you will still see residual delays on i-75. you will see backups north of their. -- north of there. 71/75 is moving along . 21-minutes from the split into downtown. 13-minutes from the northeast corner. things are jampacked at loveland-madeira. you might need a light jacket. you might roll your window down in traffic. let' s go to meteorologist randi rico. randi: it will be a warm day. a lot of people will be putting on the air conditioning in the car or rolling down the windows this afternoon. we are starting with clouds and fog near cvg.
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in our region, not a lot going on from cincinnati to chicago. that will change. notice the slight risk for severe weather is over top of chicagoland and fort wayne. for us, the severe weather threat tonight is marginal. the storms will weekend as they move toward us. it depends on how much they have we us. the chance for severe weather is . during the daytime hours, it will be pretty much perfect. 55 degrees with calm wind and a little bit of fog. looking at sunshine at lunchtime, 67. 74 at 3:00. no worries as you go to the polls in ohio.
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i think it holds on to it too long and we will have sunshine this afternoon. approaching midnight this line will move in our direction. tomorrow, i will call it midnight or so for the arrival of the weakening line of storms. a thin line in the early morning hours. these tomorrow, and then a cold front, so temperatures will take a step back. it will be nice and warm through the day. in the middle of the night, a quick line of storms, 50. tomorrow, 60 three and breezy. s day and march madness. into the weekend, we welcome spring with cooler temperatures. 40'
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lisa: ohio voters are weighing in on the race to the white house. mark: where the candidates stand this morning. making sure that you are vote counts. the changes after the election day troubles in november.
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lisa: welcome back. a very mild start. it is primary day. we will have team coverage in moments. first, a shoot out in chicago ends with three officers injured and a suspect dead. mark: a narcotics tactical team observed a drug deal. when they confronted the suspects, they opened fire. the officers are expected to survive. a second suspect was caught overnight. she is being questioned. lisa: andrew, good morning. andrew: today is a major day for john kasich. he has hung in without a single
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if he does not win ohio, he could drop out. the polls have bounced back and forth showing a fight between john kasich and donald trump. both have been active in ohio , meaning that donald trump is focusing attention on ohio because he feels he has florida on lock. a lead for hillary clinton over bernie sanders. we will know how it shakes out tonight. the polls are open now and stay open until 7:30 tonight. at the hamilton county board of elections, andrew setters, wlwt news 5. mark: we will continue our "commitment 2016" live coverage with dan griffin. dan: good morning. the polls are now open and have been open for 25-minutes. we have people who will vote,
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they are working to make sure things are smooth sailing in hamilton county, with an expected 45% turnout. there is no new technology this time. in addition to paper ballots they do have e-poll' s ready to go. they have increased the number of workers, and they have 116 trouble shooters here to make sure there are no issues. keep in mind to bring an id. a current driver' s license, utility bill, or bank statement. if you do not have on, you can fill out a provisional ballot, your identity. people will come out to make we will be covering it for you all day. dan griffin, wlwt news 5. lisa:
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florida, offering 99 delegates for republican candidates and 143 for democrats. also three other states, missouri, illinois, and north and democratic contests. mark: the first four games tip-off in dayton. the first will feature 216 seeds. the winner carolina. after that, the battle of 11 seeds with vanderbilt taking on wichita state with the winner facing arizona. the first four games are tomorrow night. lisa: good morning. randi: when everyone gets into basketball mode, that is when the rain chances ramp up. today, lower to middle 70' s. the clouds are around now and will be clearing out by
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in the middle of the night we could see thunderstorms. if you are voting in the primary, we are at 55. at 7:30 p.m., right around 70. clouds in place this morning, sunny in the afternoon. from midnight until after, a weaki line of storms will roll through. we cannot rule out g using wind and hail in the middle of the night. 74 today, 63 tomorrow. march madness is in full swing. st. patrick'
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s with may as polls showed donald trump losing ohio, he attacked our john kasich with unhinged, bold-faced lies.
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good jobs here because of our governor. kasich cut state spending, cut our taxes, increased our wages. ohioans are too danged smart to ever trust you. new day for america is responsible for the content of this advertising. there are those who say we cannot defeat a corrupt political system and fix a rigged economy. but i believe we need to lift our vision above the obstacles in place and look to the american horizon. to a nation where every child can not only dream of going to college, but attend one. where quality healthcare will be a birthright of every citizen. where a good job is not a wish, but a reality. where women receive equal pay and a living wage is paid to all. an america where after a lifetime of labor, there is time for rest and grandchildren. a nation that defends our people and our values,
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so much of that burden alone. i know we can create that america if we listen to our conscience and not to the pundits and the naysayers. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message, and i ask for your vote. good morning. make or break. key contests in five states today. trump wins in florida and ohio would knock most of his rivals out of the race. >> if we win ohio and florida, it's pretty much over. >> if hillary clinton sweeps the day, will it be the end for bernie sanders? >> i feel good about where i am in this campaign. s weighs in on what could be the most decisive day of the race. admission.

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